I myself wouldn't have bought one for my girls, it's just not something they would need or even have any idea what it was about at that age. I don't think there are many little 7 yr olds that have that much to push up just yet. What are your thoughts?
Answer by riotgrrl at 9:45 AM on Mar. 28, 2011
I haven't heard of it, but that sounds appalling. No way would I let my little girl wear that. I think some people forget there are sexual predators lurking all over the place.
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Answer by jenn2bowman at 9:03 AM on Mar. 28, 2011
I agree that the wording Abercrombie chose was not appropriate for kids. Since getting so much negative attention about this product they have since changed the name http://www.abercrombiekids.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CategoryDisplay?catalogId=10851&storeId=10101&langId=-1&topCategoryId=12103&categoryId=71459&parentCategoryId=12174.
I do think it is said that they would advertise it as a push up. Kids grow up fast enough these days and in my opinion we need to let them kids a little longer. Life is not easy and to make kids grow up faster instead of enjoying the silliness of being a kid is very sad.
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